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    Album Review: ‘Self Made Man’ by Larkin Poe

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    I first became aware of Larkin Poe when they supported Elvis Costello five-years-ago, during his Detour concert at Bridgewater Hall. But it is another elite singer-songwriter who sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell new album has more in common with – Bruce Springsteen. Blue Collar life is much in evidence in the lyrics. “I was a…

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    Album Review: Are You In Love? by Basia Bulat

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    Basia Bulat is due to play YES on 26 September. In this subject-to-change world we currently live in, it is to be hoped that this Manchester date doesn’t get cancelled indefinitely. The verve and assuredness of the singer-songwriter’s fifth studio album – Are You In Love? suggests that it will translate well from recording to…

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    Album Review: Guesswork by Lloyd Cole

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    Featured image: Paul Shoul Lloyd Cole was due to call at Manchester on 19 April, as part of the tour to promote his latest long-player Guesswork. The Albert Hall gig has now been rescheduled for Sunday 13 September – see Lloyd Cole tickets. It gives us more time to get better acquainted with the new album, …

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    Preview: Chemical Brothers return to Manchester for anniversary tour

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    By: David Keyworth The Chemical Brothers are back on the decks in Manchester to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of their album Surrender. They will play the Arena on 22nd November. The 1999 number one disc was their third studio album and they visited Manchester as part of their pre-millennium tour to promote it. Surrender featured guest vocals…




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